‚ÄčMurder - Suspense - Tragic Romance




A friend pulls out a Ouija board and asks you to play. It's just a game, right? But when the Ouija board reveals a secret you've never disclosed, then "the spirit" asks you to warn his living sister that she is about to be murdered. What would you do? 

This is the scenario that entangles the lives of Max Allen, Carla Cecil and Bradford Doss. Max is a disgraced fallen country music star trying to survive his ignominy by escaping to the islands to find a new direction and purpose for his life. Bradford Doss, is a revered Texas State Court Judge. He is also a serial pedophile and murderer. Carla Cecil, is a child genius. At 13 she is the youngest person to ever attend Rice University, the spirit's sister and tragically... the judges next prey.

Donna M Jones, Jackson, MS
Oct 18, 2015
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I give this book 5 stars. It captivated my attention from the very beginning, I did not want to put it down. I recommend "Sing Roses" to anyone that wants to read a great book. Can't wait for Ben's next book.

Harriet Hurley,  Jackson, MS
Oct 10, 2015
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The "Author's Note" grabbed my attention right off the bat. The first few pages held my attention (this is usually when I can tell whether I continue w/a book or trash it). Ben Marney is an awesome song writer/singer, & I am gloriously surprised to see he had written a novel. This is a really good book & places my "visual" mind into the story - plays a movie in my head - like I'm a voyeur...lol. Thanks Ben for getting me away from political books & bringing back my love of reading again. Give us another book soon!!!

By Jason Miley, Houston, TX
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My Husband read this book first and loved it. After the first few chapters I couldn't put it down. It is a fantastic read!! For me it was kind of a Grisham, Ludlum, Koontz blend. At once technical, ethereal and emotional with a very "visual" writing style and multiple story lines all converging in an unexpected climax that will leave you guessing until the very end.